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re: TSMC to reportedly boost capex, build fab
CommonSense1   12/6/2010 5:40:00 PM
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yalanand   12/6/2010 6:45:24 AM
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Thanks dylan, was just curious what techonology this fab will support. Looks like from your comments, this plan is still in nascent stage.

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mcgrathdylan   12/4/2010 5:23:49 PM
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@yalanand- details about the new fab are extremely thin right now. All that the Reuters story said was that it would be a 12-inch fab and it would be in Taiwan. Some of my colleagues have suggested that slipping mention of a new fab into a presentation for suppliers and customers is just TSMC trying to keep up with ATIC's talk of new fabs. And 2015 is a long way off. I'd actually be more surprised if TSMC didn't build a new fab in 2015 or before, wouldn't you?

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yalanand   12/4/2010 7:13:33 AM
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What technology this new fab will support ?



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